|National Football League|
|Dec. 18 8:52 AM PT9:52 AM MT10:52 AM CT11:52 AM ET16:52 GMT12:52 AM 北京时间9:52 AM MST11:52 AM EST10:52 AM CT20:52 UAE11:52 ET14:52 - Meester is retiring after 14 seasons, walking away with franchise records for games played and started. He announced his intentions Wednesday, saying Sunday's game against Tennessee will be his home finale. The Jaguars (4-10) end the season at Indianapolis on Dec. 29.
Analysis: A second-round draft pick in 2000, the 36-year-old Meester has played his entire career in Jacksonville. He is the only person to play for every coach in franchise history: Tom Coughlin (2000-02), Jack Del Rio (2003-11), Mike Mularkey (2012) and Gus Bradley (2013).
|Mar. 21 9:24 AM PT10:24 AM MT11:24 AM CT12:24 PM ET16:24 GMT12:24 AM 北京时间9:24 AM MST11:24 AM EST10:24 AM CT20:24 UAE12:24 ET15:24 - Meester has decided to rejoin the Jacksonville Jaguars, signing a one-year deal to play a 14th season.
Analysis: Meester, a second-round draft pick in 2000, has spent his entire career in Jacksonville. He holds franchise records for games played (193) and started (193), and is the only player to spend 13 seasons with the club. He will enter next season with a streak of 74 consecutive starts, tied for the second-longest in team history and the second-longest streak among active NFL centers.
|Mar. 19 3:27 PM PT4:27 PM MT5:27 PM CT6:27 PM ET22:27 GMT6:27 AM 北京时间3:27 PM MST5:27 PM EST4:27 PM CT2:27 UAE (+1)18:27 ET21:27 - Feeling like he has another year in him and not wanting to end his career with the worst season in franchise history, veteran center Brad Meester decided Tuesday to keep playing. Meester signed a one-year contract to play a 14th season with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Analysis: A second-round draft pick in 2000, Meester holds franchise records for games played (193) and started (193). He will enter next season with a streak of 74 consecutive starts, tied for the second-longest in team history and the second-longest streak among active NFL centers. He met with new general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley in recent days, and said their energy played a role in keeping him around for one of the worst franchises in the NFL.